Opinion Focus

We have opinions, lot’s of them. They come rushing into our minds as we observe and take part as we live among many others.

What is the initial focus of your thoughts as you form these opinions?

Is it about a quickly perceived value of a person?

Is it about what they are doing and how they are doing it at that moment?

Is it about what they are wearing?

Is it about how they are the same or different from you?

Pay close attention today to the initial focus that you have and the opinions that you form from them. The opinions that you shape and then share with others will effect the actions that you take or fail to take as a result.

Think bigger than merely a shallow opinion of others. It matters a great deal with what you might eventually contribute with them.

Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” — Eleanor Roosevelt —


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